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[Nano-devel] nano 1.3.1 segfault

From: Stephan T. Lavavej
Subject: [Nano-devel] nano 1.3.1 segfault
Date: Mon, 19 Jan 2004 06:02:01 -0800

Using nano 1.3.1 compiled with --enable-all, I observe the following
behavior on Red Hat Linux 9:

nano [start program]
meow [type this in]
Ctrl-W [Where Is]
Ctrl-R [Replace - this uses regexes]
meow [to replace]
foo [replace with]
Y [Yes to Replace this instance?]
Segmentation fault

If I turn off regex search and replace, the segfault does not occur.

My .nanorc in part is:

# Always display cursor position?
set const

# Length of tabs?
set tabsize 4

# Use regular expressions?
set regexp

# Use smooth scrolling?
set smooth

I also have a bunch of C++ and HTML syntax highlighting in my .nanorc which
I can provide if necessary.

Stephan T. Lavavej

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